REFLECTOR is a series of electronic music that aims at building bridges between Spanish and American musicians. Each of the three chapters presents a double music session by a DJ from Spain and another from the United States. Both of them run a show on Dublab radio, a station based in Los Angeles and Barcelona that has become a benchmark of electronic music on both sides of the ocean. Each chapter explores a specific area of the local panorama, highlighting the reflections between both scenes and the value of the universal language of electronic music.
In this first episode we present the proposal of shesaid.so, a global independent community of women and gender minorities of the music industry: from record labels, artist management companies, and booking agencies, through to technology platforms, creative agencies, composers, artists and more.
At Dublab, shesaid.so is the voice of the international network that promotes an ecosystem of collaboration, inclusion and diversity. Mixes, conversations and live interviews with the aim of showcasing the most interesting and current projects in the industry as well as supporting the work of female talent in Barcelona and Los Angeles.
Dublab is a non-profit radio station based in Los Angeles and created in 1999, which broadcasts wide-spectrum music from around the world. In 2015 Dublab.es was founded with the aim of promoting local culture and giving it projection. Dublab broadcasts hundreds of radio programs hosted by some of the most talented DJs worldwide. The radio airwaves allow space for diverse styles, eras, genres and music cultures to co-exist.
Now Dublab’s programming has expanded to include the production of original art exhibits, films, events record releases and educational programs related to health, youth, development, education and creative processes.
Thu, April 29, 2021
7:00 pm (EST)
Watch it live on Apr. 22. Registration coming soon
Credits: Presented by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain in Washington, D.C., in collaboration with Dublab. Photo: Tutut, shesaid.so BCN, by Sílvia Poch